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The Admissions Counselor represents Dallas Theological Seminary to prospective students, applicants, and incoming students. He/she identifies prospective students, informing them of seminary programs, admissions policies, and seminary life, and encouraging them to apply. He/she helps applicants submit all necessary credentials for admission and evaluates applicants for admission.


  • Able to travel six to eight weeks per year.
  • Exhibits excellent personal relationship and communication/public speaking skills.
  • Demonstrates outstanding customer service and the desire to serve prospective students.
  • Has a flexible personality.
  • Is a self-starter who is a fine example of a Dallas Theological Seminary student/graduate.
  • Is computer literate and able to efficiently use our computer systems as well as a PC to record activities and correspond via email.
  • Has strong character, discretion, and the ability to maintain confidentiality.
  • Possesses theological awareness.
  • Bachelor’s degree.
  • DTS graduate or current student (preferably a ministry degree).
  • Previous ministry, recruiting, marketing, or sales experience.
  • Able to lift and transport materials of up to twenty (20) pounds on occasion, including setting up the DTS display on the field.
  • Prolonged periods of sitting at a desk and working on a computer.
  • Prolonged periods of time on the phone or video conference sessions.
  • Able to travel on a plane or vehicle to conferences, churches, and fairs.


  • Work with the Director of Admissions, Assistant Director of Admissions, and other admissions counselors to plan, coordinate, and implement a comprehensive recruitment strategy.
  • Manage a set of admission accounts to guide applicants through the application process, counsel them regarding degree program choice, and facilitate the matriculation of accepted students.
  • Serve on Admissions Committee as an advocate for applicants during the application process.
  • Meet with prospective students through scheduled appointments to introduce them to the seminary, give counsel regarding degree program choice, answer questions, and provide a tour of the campus.
  • Represent the Seminary on field visits, including transportation, setup, and takedown of Seminary recruiting displays and publications; reinforce seminary ties on such field trips (e.g., with alumni and college faculty).
  • Plan, organize, and coordinate other on-campus and online recruitment events as requested.
  • Carry out additional special events or projects as assigned by the Director of Admissions.

Additional Information

Mon.-Fri., 40 hours/week, occasional nights & weekends
January 1, 2021
Full Time